Ellen DeGeneres’ obsession with looking younger is written all over her face! The 60-year-old talk show host looked more frozen than ever on a recent episode of her hit show, and RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned from several of the nation’s leading plastic surgeons what work she’s likely had done. Find out in seven transformative photos.
California-based plastic surgeon Dr. Tim Sayed has not worked on DeGeneres. However, he said “it appears Ellen could have had laser skin treatments and peels to create the smooth and tighter look of her skin as well as the probability of Botox to the forehead, crows feet (around the corners of her eyes), and above the brows for a subtle eye brow lift.”
“The slightly deeper set look of her eyes and fuller look of her face also suggests she may have had cheek filler such as Juvederm to add volume to the apples of her cheeks, possibly along with Restylane injections for the look of restored volume directly under her eyes to create a more rested and youthful look,” Dr. Sayed said.
“Whatever she's doing is working because at 60 years old, Ellen looks fantastic and her youthful appearance matches her fun and youthful personality,” Dr. Sayed added.
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Adam Schaffner, MD, FACS has not worked on DeGeneres and said that differences may be, in part, due to differences in lighting, camera angle or makeup.
That being said, Dr. Schaffner told RadarOnline.com, “In my opinion, Ellen looks great. Her young appearance may be, in part, due to Botox, fillers and/or skin tightening/resurfacing!”
“It is also possible that Ellen has had a facelift or neck lift,” Dr. Schaffner added.
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